Fascinating Medieval Town

Founded in the 13th century by the Teutonic Knights, Toruń stands today as one of Europe’s most splendid examples of a medieval Gothic city. Remarkably preserved, it has maintained its medieval charm virtually unchanged since the Middle Ages. Unlike many Polish cities during World War II, Toruń was spared, allowing its historical landmarks to remain intact.

Toruń offers a unique journey through history, encapsulating the last eight hundred years. From the initial Teutonic settlements and the splendour of the Polish Renaissance, to the tumultuous periods of the 19th and 20th centuries and up to the modern era, the city is a living testament to its rich past.

The Premier Guide to Toruń

Our guide focuses on the Old Town, which we believe to be the most picturesque and welcoming of Poland’s historic districts. Included in this guide are:

  • Detailed descriptions of numerous must-see locations within the Old Town and its surroundings. Have you discovered Toruń’s second castle, or visited Poland’s oldest inn?
  • For each site, we provide essential information and tips on where to capture the most stunning photographs.
  • Additionally, we have crafted four exclusive audio guides detailing the history and secrets of Toruń’s most significant monuments.

Audio Guides to Toruń

Our audio tours primarily explore the Old Town, where:

  • We will traverse the entire Old Town, soaking in its atmosphere.
  • A visit to the Old Town Square will reveal the heart of Toruń’s historical centre.
  • We’ll explore the Teutonic Castle, delving into its storied past.
  • Finally, we’ll venture across the Vistula River, offering a breathtaking panorama of Toruń from a distance.


Sample Our Exclusive Toruń Audio Guide


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